Probability: Calculating as a Fraction

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- Q1The probability of rolling a three on a dice is ¹⁄₆. True or false?truefalseTrue or False30s
- Q2What is the probability that a rolled dice lands on 5?¹⁄₅¹⁄₂⁵⁄₆¹⁄₆30s
- Q3What is the probability a flipped coin lands on heads?1¹⁄₄³⁄₄¹⁄₂30s
- Q4I roll a dice. Link the probabilities:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q5Put these probabilities in order most likely to least:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q6There are 15 white balls and 1 red ball in a bag. What is the probability of choosing a white ball?¹⁄₁₆²⁄₁₆¹⁵⁄₁₆¹⁄₁₅30s
- Q7There are 14 boys and 11 girls in our class. If one child is chosen, what is the probability that it will be a boy?¹¹⁄₁₄¹¹⁄₂₅¹⁴⁄₂₅¹⁴⁄₂₀30s
- Q8There are 6 pens in a drawer. 5 are blue and 1 is black. What is the probability of picking a blue pen at random?⁵⁄₅¹⁄₅¹⁄₆⁵⁄₆30s
- Q9If you choose a number between 1-20 at random what is the probability of choosing an even number?¹⁄₁₀¹⁄₂¹⁄₄¹⁄₅30s
- Q10There are 12 cars in a car park - 6 silver, 3 black, 2 blue and 1 red. What is the probability that the next car to leave is black?³⁄₁₂¹⁄₁₂¹⁄₃³⁄₁₀30s
- Q11I roll a dice. Link the probabilities:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q12There are 24 flowers in a vase. If you took one at random, the probability that it is red is ⁸⁄₂₄. How many red flowers are in the vase?Users enter free textType an Answer30s
- Q13If you choose a number between 1-20 at random what is the probability of choosing a number the numbers 1,2,3 or 4?¹⁄₂₀¹⁄₄¹⁄₅¹⁄₁₀30s
- Q14Sam has a bag of 20 coloured bricks. There are 8 red, 7 blue, 4 yellow and 1 black. What is the probability that he takes a blue brick at random?⁷⁄₂₀⁷⁄₈⁸⁄₂₀¹⁄₄30s
- Q15Put these probabilities in order of likelihood, MOST likely to LEAST likely.Users link answersLinking30s